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Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (COMET) shuttles parked at the Greene Street transit stop. Taking the shuttle is one of many ways that individuals can tackle rising carbon emissions and its adverse effects on the South Carolina climate.  

Column: Reduce your carbon footprint on campus

Climate change is an ever-increasing problem, one with huge impacts on the people of South Carolina. We, as residents of the state, should do our best to curb the impact of climate change by reducing our carbon footprint.

USC Student protesters in front of Russell House on Greene Street in protest to fire Voros and others accused of sexual misconduct. Two people are holding a sign that said "Fire Voros." 

Column: Fire David Voros

David Voros is a tenured professor who is being shielded by the university. After three lawsuits of sexual misconduct, three protests calling for his termination and a petition of nearly 4,000 signatures also calling for the firing of all abusers on campus, the administration is ignoring student pleas for change.

The United States of America's $1 dollar coins.

Column: Learn to budget in college

Starting to budget in college, rather than later in life, is helpful and beneficial. Budgeting will save you in the long run, and USC has the resources to help you get started.